Jamal Bey: Class of 2018

  https://youtu.be/t1qAy31d1YU 2018 6'6 G/F Jamal Bey out of Bishop Gorman shows out during a game against Spring Valley (LV), December 12, 2017 in Sin City.  The kid has punched his ticket to the University of Washington family.  Looks like he has all the intangibles to be special at the next level.  One might say... Continue Reading →


Championship Saturday

It's not March, but bragging rights are at stake in the final day of tourney play around sunny Southern California.  It's been a great two weeks of basketball, giving us a glimpse of what's to come in 2018.  They're still a few studs and studmuffins sitting out because of transfer rules, so it's too close... Continue Reading →

Marquee Match-ups

If you're looking for key match-ups today - in both boys and girls bball -  then you're in luck.  It's 'on and poppin', as teams have gotten a few games under their belt and coaches begin to tweek n' adjust player rotation, with a focus on winning a 'Ship. Don't get me wrong, we understand... Continue Reading →

Maranatha Rose City Classic – Day Three Schedule.

Always a pleasure hanging out at the Rose City Classic with the Maranatha Staff. Schedule, Wednesday 11/29 Oak Park vs. Maranatha, 8:00 PM (championship quarterfinal) Loyola vs. Cajon, 6:30 PM (championship quarterfinal) Carnegie vs. King-Drew, 5:00 PM (consolation quarterfinal) Rowville Secondary (Australia) vs. Dorsey, 3:30 PM (consolation quarterfinal) PopScout Elevate Yo' game

Marquee Matchups

It's Saturday and that usually means last day of tourney play. Time to see who can step their game up, staying mentally, physically, and skillfully focused, to bring home the 'ship.  Let's take a look at a few marquee match-ups for Saturday November 25, 2017. Fairfax vs Bishop O'Dowd NorCal Tip Off Classic @ Newark... Continue Reading →

Boss Hogs

Dude...what happens when you stay in the lab when everybody else aint looking?  What happens when you believe in yourself, take the necessary steps to improve your game, and then you see the results?   What happens is that you become a Boss Hog on the court - showing the ability to step your game up... Continue Reading →

Back Court Running Mates

Each week PopScout takes a look at HS Hoops' best back-courts - spotlighting  shot callers who pull the trigger for their perspective squads.  This week we take a look at Mayfair's dynamic duo,  brothers Caleb Christopher and Josh Christopher. Caleb Christopher Class of 2018 6'0 Guard Mayfair High School(CA) Scouting Report: Caleb is an outstanding... Continue Reading →

Hoops For Houston

The Southern California Black Coaches Association is hosting a two day tourney to help support victims of hurricanes in the State of Texas.  Day 1 action completed today at Culver City High and Maranatha high School.  Day two will be held at Maranatha High and will feature some pretty intriguing match ups.  Come out and... Continue Reading →

Week 1 Standouts

Had a chance to preview some high school hoops this past weekend at St. Bernards High School Fall League.  Didn't get a chance to see all of the action but for what we did see, it's definitely going to be an exciting year on the CA BBall Hoop Circuit during the 2017-18 campaign.  A few... Continue Reading →

The Speed of the Game.

Hands. Feet. Eyes.  All working together as one.  The speed of the game can be a challenge for some. Players find out reel soon that something, something, just aint right (singing in my Keith Sweat voice). It's one thing to simulate game speed in practice, it's another to be able to perform when it counts. ... Continue Reading →

Redondo Union Take Flight Challenge

Schedule for the 4th Annual Redondo Union Take Flight Challenge Friday January 6, 2017 5:00pm Lynwood vs Bishop O'Dowd 6:30pm Redondo Union vs Camarillo 8:00pm Santa Monica vs Bishop Montgomery Saturday January 7, 2017 12:00pm Windward vs Compton 1:30pm Brentwood vs Villa Park 3:00pm Loyola vs Leuzinger 5:00pm Birmingham vs Heritage Christian 6:30pm Redondo vs... Continue Reading →

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